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Sam Campell
Born Samuel Arthur Campbell
August 1, 1895(1895-08-01)
Watseka, Illinois
Died April 13, 1962 (aged 66)
Barrington, Illinois
Occupation writer, lecturer, photographer
Nationality United States American
Genres Nature
Spouse(s) Virginia M. Adams (1941-)

Samuel Arthur Campell was born August 1, 1895 in Watseka, Iroquois County, Illinois. He was one of three children born to Arthur J. and Katherine "Kittie" (née Lyman) Campbell.

Sam Campbell was many things including a writer, lecturer, photographer, and diligent student of nature. He studied wild animals from his home, which he called the Sanctuary of Wegimind, and during his various travels.

Campbell died April 13, 1962 in Barrington, Illinois.

Bibliography

  • How's Inky?
  • Too Much Salt and Pepper
  • Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo, and Still-Mo
  • A Tippy Canoe and Canada Too
  • On Wings of Cheer
  • Moose Country
  • The Seven Secrets of Somewhere Lake
  • Loony Coon
  • Fiddlesticks and Freckles
  • Beloved Rascals
  • Sweet Sue's Adventures
  • Calamity Jane
  • Nature's Messages: A Book of Wilderness Wisdom (1952)

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